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Evaluating database update schemes: a methodology and its applications to distributive systems

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2 Author(s)
K. C. Kinsley ; Datawise Inc., Orlando, FL, USA ; C. E. Hughes

A methodology is presented for evaluating the performance of database update schemes in a distributive environment. The methodology makes use of the history of how data are used in the database. Parameters such as update-to-retrieval ratio and average file size can be set based on the actual characterization of a system. The analysis is specifically directed toward the support of derived data within the relational model. Because concurrency is a major problem in a distributive system, the support of derived data is analyzed with respect to three distributive concurrency control techniques: master/slave, distributed, and synchronized

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IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering  (Volume:14 ,  Issue: 8 )